Make Tooth Brushing a Good Habit!

Your child’s first year is the phase during which their first teeth will come through the gums, around six to eight months of age. read more

Your child’s first tooth arrives – which toothbrush should I buy?

The actual time at which the first tooth arrives can vary widely between individual children, but parents need to start brushing their child’s teeth as soon as the first tooth appears. read more

What is the correct way to brush my baby’s teeth?

It’s fun to brush your teeth! Supervise brushing to make sure children use only a pea sized amount of toothpaste and avoid swallowing it. read more

How else can I protect my baby’s teeth?

The main cause of tooth decay is not the amount of sugar in your baby’s diet, but how often it is eaten or drunk throughout the day, so remember to keep sugary foods to mealtimes only. read more

How long does a toothbrush last?

Most people don’t change their toothbrush as often as they should. Dentists recommend that you should change your toothbrush every three months (at least four times a year). read more

When should I start taking my baby to the dentist?

A child can visit a dentist as soon as his or her first tooth appears, but at least no later than their first birthday. A dental visit at an early age is not only a check-up for teeth. read more